Last month I had the great pleasure in partaking in a 4 day hike to the “Lost City” in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in northern Colombia. It was some of the most beautiful landscapes that I have ever seen! It was an amazing, and moderately challenging hike. I met some great people, and all the guides were top notch! Here are a few photos I took during the hike. Enjoy!
While in Costa Rica, I was on a wonderful photography workshop run by Photographers without Borders founder Danielle Da Silva. It was an extremely rewarding and enriching experience. I feel I have definitely grown as a photographer and storyteller. Here is my final photo essay I did for the workshop. It was taken in the town of Manual Antonio, Costa Rica.
Here are some photos from Cherro Chato hike in Costa Rica, located in La Fortuna. Cerro Chato means ‘flat hill’ in spanish, and is located next to Arenal Volcano, and does look quite flat next to that. It rained most of our hike up so I don’t have too many photos. The addition of the rain made it pretty extreme and unforgettable.
Here are some photos from my recent trip to Guatemala. These photos are from Flores, Tikal, Lake Atitlan, and Antigua. Guatemala is one of the most beautiful and welcoming countries I’ve ever been to. It’s definitely worth a stop. Great hiking, food, people, and rich in history.